This USB Adds Apple CarPlay (Or Android Auto) To Just About Any Car Without Having To Replace Headunit

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Getting a brand new car with Apple’s CarPlay built in is becoming easier as time rolls on, and even some of the most affordable cars on the market are starting to offer CarPlay either as standard, or as an option.

That’s great, but if you don’t want to buy a new car just to get CarPlay, you might be out of luck. There’s the option of buying a new head unit, but who wants to do that? Nobody, so check this USB dongle out instead.

This dongle takes a standard Android-powered in-car entertainment system and gives it CarPlay capabilities. You need to have a head unit that’s running Android, so make sure that’s the case before buying, but if it does you’re good to go.

Simply install an app from the included USB stick and then connect the dongle to a USB port in your car. Next, plug your iPhone (or Android in case of CarPlay+Android Auto variant which is also available) into the dongle and you should be up and running.

If you have all of the right ingredients to make this work then you can pick this dongle up right now at additional 10% off for limited time using discount code SPNGSALE10CP at check out from here.

  • Car’s head unit must be running Android 4.4.2 or later.
  • Works with iPhone 5/5c or later.
  • Works with iOS 5 – iOS 12 or later.
  • Supports touch-screen on head-unit.
  • Wired full CarPlay (or Android Auto) experience.
  • Siri, as well as all third-party CarPlay apps support.
  • Supports factory steering wheel controls.

The reviews suggest this thing works great and is easy to get running, so if CarPlay is something you want to add to your car, this might be a great way to do just that.

Buy: Apple CarPlay USB Dongle For Almost Any Car: $89.95 using discount code SPNGSALE10CP | Original price: $179.95

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